Knockout City

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Grab a bucket – The PS Plus line-up for November has been leaked

A leaks board with a decent track record claims to have the full list of games such as Knockout City and Walking Dead Saints and Sinners. According to a post on Dealabs, a community forum where information is posted and verified by dedicated moderators, has posted leaked details of November’s PlayStation Plus line-up. According to this leak, the four of the six games included are as follows: The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners (PlayStation VR) Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (PS4) First Class Trouble (PS4 / PS5) Knockout City (PS4 / PS5) First Class Trouble has been available on Steam in…

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Knockout City update adds superpowers, but only for a limited time

EA’s multiplayer brawler Knockout City has added superpowers, although only as a limited-time mode coming this week. In a new update coming as part of Knockout City’s second season, EA is introducing superpowers to the online dodgeball brawler. For a limited time in Season 2, players will be able join the 3v3 ‘Superpowers! Playlist‘ mode, in which they will receive a random superpower every time they respawn. In a blog post announcing the mode, the developers at EA called the LTM “our most transformative game mode yet.” “Grab a Boba Cola and leap with a single bound into a limited-time…

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Knockout City has attracted over 5 million players since launch

By Dom Peppiatt 6 June 2021 11:38 GMT EA has announced that over 5 million people have signed up to play its new multiplayer dodgeball game, Knockout City, to date.Velan Studios only launched its hybrid take on dodgeball and action back in May, but already it’s attracted a wealth of players, with EA logging over 5 million account sign-ups across all platforms.“Since launch, we’ve seen 5 million new brawlers join us in matches, there’s been amazing – and unexpected – gameplay, hundreds of thousands of Crews were formed, over half a billion KOs landed, millions of hours of gameplay were…

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Why Everyone Is Playing Knockout City, A Multiplayer Dodgeball Game

Knockout City, the recently released multiplayer dodgeball game about dodging dodgeballs, has apparently clocked more than five million players, publisher EA announced today. No matter how you slice it, that figure is nothing to sneeze at. Now, consider that the game hasn’t even been out for two weeks. Yeah. “Holy shit” is right.

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Knockout City is now free to play until level 25

By Sherif Saed 31 May 2021 12:06 GMT Knockout City’s launch trial may have ended, but there’s another way you can try the game out without paying.At launch, Knockout City was fairly easy to play for free. Though this is a premium game, the full version is part of EA Play and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on all platforms. EA even made the game free to play for the first ten days of launch.Watch on YouTubeNow that Knockout City’s launch trial is over, EA returned with another promotion to keep the party going. Knockout City is now free for the…

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Check out this action-packed Knockout City gameplay trailer

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 25 March 2021 17:33 GMT EA and Velan Studios have released a new Knockout City gameplay trailer for the team-based multiplayer game.Knockout City is a competitive third-person team-based take on dodgeball where you can even turn into a ball and have your teammates toss you at opponents.You will be able to define your style by customizing characters and use different strategies of attack.There will be five arenas available at launch and include areas such as traffic-clogged main streets and rooftops.The game offers free-for-all, as well as 3v3 and 4v4 modes.It also supports cross-play and cross-progression on…